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I believe it's a pretty common observation that the w3-top class of w3.css works by hiding the page below. It seems to me that the default solution is to add some <br> , or setting a margin on the top of the page. That's good enough for layout, but that doesn't help if you use bookmarks with id: when you follow a link from an element with <a href="#example">, this will show the <div id="example"> on the very top of the page, where it will be covered by the w3-top class. I know it's a bit silly and not a huge problem but I'd like the user to get to read the bookmark without scrolling the w3-top class out of the way. Does anybody have any idea on how to solve it? Is there a way to set the bookmark a little higher (to a set height for every instance) on the page? Am using this to write an article with a list of references at the bottom.
Hei Guys, w3schools is so awesome. I learned a lot About webdesign but now I've been comming to an end. On my Webpage I got a Nav-bar with jquery-buttons that hide/Show divs. So here Comes my Question. Is there any solution to save the visibility Status of These divs when user adds my page to bookmarks? Is there any solution to make last Status of divs available via browser button BACK? I was reading About this Problems some time ago but was not able to figure out were. I'm really open to any solution. Even a complete redesign of the page is possible if the solution is better. Thanks a lot. Manuel